FAQ

Your listing with Trading Plates is FREE! AND, at the end of the auction you receive 100% of the sale price.

You are digitally introduced to the seller when the buyers fee has been paid then deducted from your credit card. Once confirmed, you pay the seller the full winning bid directly using their preferred payment method (usually EFT).

There is a comments section on your auction page where you are free to contact the seller.

It all starts with your submission, as soon as it arrives, we’ll be in touch to arrange a reserve price, photography, plan your listing and wait your approval before scheduling your auction.

Once you have registered you can be notified of the progression of the auction by clicking ‘watch’. You’ll be sent a notification near to auction closing, and an outbid notice during an auction.

You are digitally introduced to the seller when the buyers fee has been paid then deducted from your credit card. Once confirmed, you pay the seller the full winning bid directly using their preferred payment method (usually EFT).

When multiple bids occur during the last 2 minutes of an auction, and a bid is made during the last 2 minutes, the clock is reset to 2 minutes – which allows the individual to not miss out on the plate.

No, once a bid is made you cannot cancel that bid at any time.

When it is yours outright it can be reserved to use later, or be registered on a car – as long as it’s in the same name. The Motor Registry will not hand out the plates until they are registered on a vehicle.

As long as a Motor Registry client number exists, the number plate can go into this name. For example; trusts, personal names, joint names and business names.

GST is not payable on Numeric/ Heritage Number Plate Agreements.

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